This refreshing, end of terrace cottage is situated over three floors and lies within the small historic village of Brough.
Boasting three bedrooms, this retreat is ideal for a family or set of couples, looking for a memorable getaway.
Upon entering, the kitchen is on the right and is complete with all those essentials you may need, and the cream units tie the room together well.
In the morning hours you can sit at the breakfast bar with a cup of tea and plan out your adventures for the day.
At the end of the corridor is an open plan living and dining area, which makes a cosy set up for enjoying those home cooked meals before relaxing on the sofa in front of the fire and watching TV.
Take the stairs and you will arrive at a double bedroom, elegantly dressed, with plenty of storage space to house your belongings upon arrival.
After waking up, you can wander over to the balcony down the hall, and rest outside to be at one with the peace and quiet and beautiful hillside views.
A family bathroom lies nearby, great for getting ready ahead of your afternoon, amongst the all white fittings.
For an added touch, the second floor is home to a twin bedroom overlooked by ceiling beams and another double bedroom for guests to sleep, looking out over lovely greenery.
The village of Brough is surrounded by traditional farm meadows and picturesque pastures and fells.
Nearby, the traditional market town of Kirkby Stephen hosts a variety of shops, cafés, restaurants and pubs for you to visit.
Enjoy the many excellent walks and cycle routes nearby; explore Penrith, Appleby and the magnificent Howgill Fells or enjoy a drink in Tan Hill.
You will be spoilt for choice in this charming location.
About the location
Kirkby Stephen 4 miles; Appleby-in-Westmorland 8 miles.
Brough is a small town located in the Eden Valley, at the foot of the North Pennines, just four miles north of Kirkby Stephen and eight miles east of Appleby-in-Westmorland. It is a twin village, the southern part, Church Brough, lies on a former Roman road and was the setting for the Norman Brough Castle (once the site of a Roman camp), while the northern area, Market Brough, is sited on a medieval road. The difference in the two villages relates to the functions they once served; Church Brough’s houses stand around a market square decorated with a maypole, while Market Brough boasts a wide and long main street. The village’s claim to fame lies in its 18th-19th century importance as a coaching town for the England-Scotland run, where more than 10 inns catered to the stagecoach trade. A beautiful sleepy backwater, it is surrounded by traditional farm meadows and picturesque pastures and fells. Nearby, the traditional market town of Kirkby Stephen, once home to cotton mills and a large manufacturer of shoes and woollen hats, today hosts a variety of shops, cafés, restaurants and pubs for every taste and budget. Enjoy many excellent walks and cycle routes nearby; explore Penrith, Appleby and the magnificent Howgill Fells, enjoy a drink in Tan Hill, England's highest pub, or take a ride on the Settle-Carlisle railway. A superb location, with the whole of the mystical Lake District National Park and the stunning Yorkshire Dales at your fingertips.